Touch screen display is BACnet native
Delta Controls, a world-leading developer of native BACnet building-automation systems, has launched a 7 in colour LCD display touch screen — the DHMI. It can be used for interfacing with Delta building automation systems and BACnet controllers for HVAC, access and lighting control.
It uses BACnet over Ethernet to communicate with building controllers on a local area network. This technology enables operators to monitor and manage building HVAC systems via real-time graphics. The 3D animated graphics can be completely customised for any given application, making it simple to use and an effective means of controlling a building’s energy costs and delivering occupant comfort.
The touch screen can be wall or panel mounted in mechanical rooms to provide monitoring and setting schedules for air handlers, boilers, chillers and other mechanical equipment.
Its modern design means it can be used in public spaces. As a small building interface, it can be used by facilities staff for operations such as changes to occupancy schedules, temperature setpoints and viewing floor layouts.